Valuable Leaders Share Knowledge - Rhoda Kreuzer

by blogadmin 16. November 2017 03:44

Be generous with your knowledge, and seek opportunities to help people grow.

As others begin to recognize your unique, valuable expertise, they'll naturally want to tap into it. Equally, you'll spot opportunities to support them that they may not even be aware of. Your expert power can help to enable co-workers to develop their own skills, so that they can progress in their roles, as you have in yours.

Using your expertise in this way needn't threaten your position. The more you invest in helping people around you, the more your professional value will grow and the more powerful your position can become. You can also test your own skills, identify gaps in your knowledge, and continue to learn by growing and engaging with this development network. 

For more on building expert power, click here

Personal Challenge:

-Do you have a firm grasp of essential up-to-date facts and figures? 

-Do you avoid making comments about subjects that you are poorly informed on? 

-Are you sensitive to other's feelings? 

-How can you build and share your expertise appropriately so that others naturally look to you for direction? 

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